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Wales happy to be Euro underdogs

Gareth Bale (right) and Chris Gunter celebrate a win.

Wales are happy to cast themselves as underdogs in their Euro 2016 quarter-final against Belgium but such modesty belies their proven ability to bite hard.

Mooy joins Manchester City

Mooy, right, has signed a three year deal with Manchester City.

Aaron Mooy is set to embark on a dream move to English Premier League giants Manchester City after their sister club in the A-League Melbourne City agreed to a transfer on Thursday.

Sydney FC set to sign Fiorentina midfielder

Edging closer to an A-League return: Josh Brillante.

Fringe Socceroo Josh Brillante is set to return to the A-League, with Sydney FC deep in discussions to sign the player for next season pending a release from Italian Serie A side Fiorentina.

The dentist who sent Hodgson to his knees

Iceland coach Heimir Hallgrimsson, left, celebrates with staff after the win.

It was the final straw in what has been a slow death. A 2-1 loss to a nation whose population is smaller than Canberra, whose national coach has a second job pulling teeth and goalkeeper who had only recently turned professional.

Gombau lands Olyroos' coaching job

 Josep Gombau: Has landed the Olyroos coaching job..

Spaniard Josep Gombau says the challenge of rejuvenating Australia's youth football and a symmetry in style with Ange Postecoglou lured him to the Olyroos' coaching job.

Hazard inspires Belgium to 4-0 defeat of Hungary

Unstoppable: Belgium captain Eden Hazard put on a showcase in their 4-0 rout of Hungary.

Belgium captain Eden Hazard produced an inspired performance, including a fine solo goal, to lead his side to a resounding 4-0 victory over Hungary at Euro 2016 on Sunday to set up a quarter-final clash with Wales.